There are few homes anywhere that have been written and documented about extensively as the Edward Brinton Homestead: a Quaker-built stone farmhouse built near the Brandywine River in historic Chadds Ford. The homestead is so inspirational with its timeless beauty and magical charm that it invites you to enter its stately façade and envelopes you in its grace and beauty. The original 4 bedroom home has been meticulously restored and enhanced with a master bedroom suite, an in-law/guest cottage and 3 bay garage (worthy of any concours car enthusiast) by nationally known architect, John Milner. There are quaint terraces and gardens designed by Jonathan Alderson Landscape Architects that complement the 7 acre property. One must visit "Keepsake" to truly capture its comfort and country house lifestyle. It is the epitome of early 19th century architecture and construction with the best of the 21st century comforts! All of this conveniently located within 35 minutes from Philadelphia and Wilmington.